Puerto Rico Seeks $94 Billion from Federal Gov’t for Hurricane Recovery

HeadlineNov 14, 2017
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Puerto Rico’s governor has asked the federal government for $94 billion to help repair critical infrastructure and rebuild housing following Hurricane Maria. More than half the island remains without power seven weeks after the hurricane hit. More than 10 percent of the island is without running water.

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